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wilkinson dividers calc

in wilkinson power divider what is the formula used foe calculating the lengh and width of transmission line1,transmission line 2,and transmission line3
 

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The feeding line could have any length more than 90 degree impedence is Zo, the divided lines have length of 90 degrees with impedence of sqrt2*Zo.
 

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ok i explain
Widths can be calculated by using any line calculator like LINECALC form agilent or txline from AWR. Else tell the substrate i can calculate it for you. If your system impedence is 50 that is Zo, Then then the two divided lines have width according to 1.41 Zo ie 70.5ohm impedence each.
 
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